Hiking is one of the most popular activities in and around Utah's national parks, and Arches National Park has several epic hiking trails that are well worth the effort.
A fun place to visit and a practical first stop for people heading to the national parks, Moab Information Center Tips for Having Fun in Moab.
Museums are one of the best ways to learn about a lesser-known side of an area, and the Moab Museum of Film & Western Heritage is no exception.
Arches National Park may be famous for having the highest concentration of naturally occurring arches in the world.
Moab is known for its deep red rock formations, but the Matheson Wetlands Preserve is another place near Moab that tourists can enjoy for free.
Another chunk of land near Moab, controlled by the BLM, the Colorado Riverway Recreation Area, guided tours and the big price tag of national park entrance fees.
Those wondering where and how to go stargazing in Moab are in luck; Both of Moab's national parks are designated as dark sky areas.
Grandstaff Canyon may not be the Grand Canyon or one of the deepest canyons in America other than the Grand Canyon, but it still manages to be a very dramatic structure.
Wondering where to find dinosaur footprints in Moab? Some of Moab's trails are the answer. While thousands of tourists flock to Moab, Utah each week.